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    command: at

    CentOS is very vanilla, you have to install every single tool manually :\ Edit: ok, it doesn't work for me either (I am an Ubuntu user) maybe you type sudo yum install at if you are on CentOS, for Debian users, write: sudo apt install at
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    Text Editors

    If you do not have Joe installed, type: sudo apt install joe
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    MAN Pages & Useful Information

    For people who don't have the 'info' command, you need to install first using: sudo apt install info